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Rainbow Bridge Tour
Let us take you on a truly one-of-a-kind excursion. Enjoy cruising 50 miles of unique Lake Powell shoreline to Rainbow Bridge National Monument, one of the largest known natural bridges in the world. The bridge extends 290' into the sky and 275' across Bridge Canyon. Witness firsthand the power of wind and water in their role that sculpted this remarkable landscape.
Navajo, Southern Paiute, San Juan, Ute, Kaibab Paiute, White Mesa Ute, and Hopi peoples traditionally used the land comprising Rainbow Bridge National Monument. Prior to these tribes, Ancestral Puebloans and earlier indigenous people lived in and used the Rainbow Bridge area.
- Padre Bay - Experience picturesque Padre Bay, the largest bay on Lake Powell.
- Rainbow Bridge National Monument - Walk to and explore Rainbow Bridge National Monument, the world's largest known natural bridge.
Due to current projected lake levels, for optimum viewing a walk/hike is required both to and from Rainbow Bridge National Monument, which is a total walking distance of 2 miles.
Boxed lunch, snacks, water, coffee, and lemonade are included. Sandwich Offerings: Roast Beef, Turkey & Veggie Wrap based on availability on board
Due to the meal prep deadline, reservations made less than 24 hours before departure must bring their own lunches.
- All boat tours depart from Wahweap Marina at Lake Powell Resort near Page, AZ.
- Domesticated Animals are not allowed in Rainbow Bridge National Monument in accordance with 36 CFR 1.5(a) this site is culturally sensitive. Therefore service animals are not permitted on the dock or trail at Rainbow Bridge National Monument.
Be sure to arrive in the lobby of Lake Powell Resorts 30 minutes prior to departure. Boarding begins 15 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time.
NOTE: There is a $30 Glen Canyon park fee that admits one single, private, non-commercial vehicle and all its passengers and is valid for 7 consecutive days. The funds collected from entrance fees stay within the park and are used to enhance the experience of visiting the lake. To learn more about the park fee visit the National Park Service website .
Rainbow Bridge Tour Schedule
NOTE: This tour lasts approximately 7 hours. Due to fluctuating water levels, this tour may take longer than planned. The winter tours will run if there is a minimum of 20 passengers booked on the trip 48 hours prior to departure. Please call 928.645.2433 within 48 hours prior to your scheduled departure to check on the trip status.
What to Wear
- Sturdy comfortable walking shoes
- Loose fitting clothes
- Hat for sun protection
What to Bring
- Water bottle or hydro-pack
All boat tours are ADA accessible. NOTE: the dock and trail to Rainbow Bridge are not ADA accessible.
Full payment for tour will be processed at time of booking.
Tour seats must be cancelled 24 hours prior to tour departure in order to receive a full refund. Cancelling within 24 hours of tour departure will forfeit the value of the tickets. All cruises are subject to cancellation or consolidation by management at 24 hours prior. To confirm your departure please call 24 hours in advance of your booking.
Smoking is NOT permitted while onboard.
Advanced ticket purchase is required. rest of 2024 calendar will go live NOV 8th @ high-noon (MST)
ANTELOPE CANYON TOURS™
Upper antelope canyon tours in page, arizona.
TOURS BY ROGER EKIS • CAROLENE EKIS
EXPERIENCE THE WONDER OF OUR SLOT CANYON TOURS
Choose from our guided tour of the Upper Antelope Canyon, plus several tours offered at the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument. Reservations are required.
UPPER ANTELOPE CANYON SIGHTSEEING TOUR
This experience offers you a fully guided tour into the Upper Antelope Canyon. Guided tours are required to visit this world-famous gem, so don’t miss this opportunity to take in the beauty of Antelope Canyon!
Calendar Daily, Year-Round
Clock 1.5 Hours
Users All Ages
Antelope Canyon Tours also offers tours to White Pocket, Buckskin Gulch, and other locations within Vermilion Cliffs. Explore the incredible National Monument with full-day tours.
Calendar Daily, by Request
Clock 7-8 Hours
Users Ages 4+
ABOUT OUR TOURS
We are conveniently located in the city of Page, Arizona. Our tours meet & depart from 22 South Lake Powell BLVD – Page, ARIZONA . Our tours involve a fully guided tour into the Upper Antelope Canyon, from our office we provide transportation in our four-wheel-drive tour trucks that are rugged, safe, and comfortable. Reservations are required – the only way to see this slot canyon is with an authorized tour company like us.
Upon arrival at the Upper Antelope Canyon, you will come off the truck and step into the desert and enter an amazing fantasy world of sandstone that has been carved by many years of wind and water. Our tour guides will explain some geology, culture, history, and insights with camera settings.
We’re the oldest canyon tour company in Page, AZ! We were the first to offer Antelope Canyon tours, and have the top ranked tours in the business. Read Our History.
Walking through the sandstone walls of the Upper Antelope Canyon you will discover the magical world and immerse yourself in our fully-guided Sightseer’s Tour .
We also offer Vermilion Adventure Tours to White Pocket, Buckskin Gulch, Thousand Pockets, and other locations.
Page AZ is 5hrs away from major cities like Las Vegas and Phoenix, if you plan to fly to the Southwest – sorry we don’t provide long-distance transportation.
DISCOVER WHY 3,000+ CLIENTS RATE US 5 STARS ON TRIPADVISOR
I visited the canyon for the second time with these folks, just as good if not better. My in-laws and wife were just as surprised as I was in 2014 (My first visit) at how beautiful the canyon was and how wonderful the service is. Would recommend, and props to our Tour Guide Rosie, you rock!
The tour through the Antelope Canyon is something you will never forget, pictures don't do it justice, as it is hard to catch the raw beauty before you. Our tour guide Rick was great, informative and help with capturing the best pictures possible.
We had a wonderful tour with Rosie. We took a morning tour in hopes of avoiding the crowds. It worked out perfectly. Rosie was informative and warm. She helped us get best photos, gave us interesting facts about the Navajo and the canyon, and we were not rushed through.
I went with a couple of friends from college, tour guide was nice, she explained many photographic opportunities, she was very knowledgable, weather was nice, we all loved the experience.
Our guide made our trip so interesting and fun. He was very knowledgeable and an excellent photographer. He showed us the best spots for pictures and advised us on the best camera settings. This trip is a "must" for every traveler lucky enough to see this part of the country. I highly recommend Antelope Canyon Tours!
Our tour was amazing. I highly recommend this tour if you are in Page. The colors of the Sandstone is truly unforgettable. The guides are very knowledgeable and Sonny was very helpful in making sure we had taken the best photo possible. Definitely a must-see!
WANT A SNEAK PEEK OF UPPER ANTELOPE CANYON?
Check out our video! From our office in Page AZ, we provide transportation with our tour trucks. Once at the canyon our guide will lead the way into the world-famous Antelope Canyon, where you’ll experience amazing sandstone formations, beautiful colors, and the joy of discovering how the light hits the canyon, enhancing its beauty.
Ready to book? Check out our tour calendar, and choose your date and time!
Be sure to view our video of the new hike involved, we now have a one-way system through the canyon, our VIDEO can better explain it to you (scroll to the bottom of the Sightseers’ Tour page)
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3-hour Navajo Canyon Boat Tour - Lake Powell Resorts & Marinas Boat Tours
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We had Ursula as a captain and Jason as her first mate. They were both very knowledgeable and... read more
Captain Ursula was fabulous! She gave us a wonderful ride to the dam and Antelope Canyon. Her... read more
3-hour Navajo Canyon Boat Tour
We were picked up at the Lake Powell Resort lobby and transferred to a big jet-powered boat with a toilet and upper deck which was uncovered. When the boat moves fast, it can be rather cool. There were about 2 dozen people, and I heard that the boat was only a third full. There was complimentary coffee, lemonade, and water. We covered the Glen Canyon Dam, the Navajo Canyon where the tapestry wall was, and passed the Antelope Canyon. I wish there was more history in the narration. The lower deck has a cooling system. No food is available for sale.
We took the trip to Navajo Canyon with Captain Elaine and Captain Ursula. The two captains, both Navajo women, were terrific! Captain Elaine was the first Native American woman to receive a captain's license, according to Ursula, who related the information about the lake with humor and excellent storytelling. Very much enjoyed the trip. BTW, the young woman who assisted us at the desk at the resort was also knowledgeable and excellent at her job.
What a wonderful tour with amazing views from the boat! Captain Doug is a fantastic Captain! He’s been doing this for nearly 30 years and he knows the history and details to share in a fun way! Lots to learn! Very sad to see how much water they’ve lost, but you get to see the beautiful side views of the sand stone mountains and shapes that come alive for your view and pictures! Leave it to Captain Ursula to show you some pictures from her personal binder! History in the making!! You have a choice to sit and watch in comfort, or stand in the back or upstairs to get a 360 view. Captain Doug goes slow where he needs to allow you to take beautiful pictures, and a little faster to get to other parts! You cross to Utah as well! You can say you visited two states on a boat tour! After hiking around the canyons and to top of mountains, it sure is nice to get a view from below! Enjoy your trip!
We had The most enjoyable experience on our boat tour of Navajo Canyon. The tour captain Elaine and cocaptain for the day Ursula were very knowledgeable of the Canyon tour. They answered all questions and were were Accommodating. I would highly recommend the Navajo Canyon tour to anyone. Well worth the cost a beautiful sight to see. just sit back relax and enjoy Ursula and Elaina will take good care of you. We couldn’t have asked for a better tour guide they were awesome
The boat tour on Lady Bird with Captains Ursula and Captain Elaine was an awesome trip. They were very professional yet funny and interesting! They were also very knowledgeable of the lake, canyons and the dam. I really enjoyed the tour tremendously!
We just got off an informative and amazing three hour Navajo Canyon boat tour on Lake Powel. Our captain Elaine (1st Native American Navajo to get her captains license) and Assistant Ursula are experts in steering the large boat. We were in good hands!! The crew is very upbeat and able to answer all the hard questions. They spoke about the history of the Lake as well as challenges of today. Our first time in the desert, they patiently explained how a canyon lake is different. We left feeling exhilarated and excited to have learned and seen so much. We also have a new respect for Lake Powel. Thank You!!
The Best Page AZ Tours
Are you looking for Page AZ tours? Page Arizona is the gateway to the American Southwest! Lake Powell, Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon, Glen Canyon, and Grand Canyon are all so close they make great day tours from this magical destination.
Helicopter Tours in Page AZ
From Page to Grand Canyon and Back
With Papillon, you can book a helicopter flight or an air tour and see the incredible natural landforms surrounding Page, AZ and the eastern Grand Canyon region.
Most travelers and tourists around the world are unfamiliar with the city of Page, Arizona, but are very familiar with the names of all the famous natural sights that surround the town.
Let Papillon introduce you to these magical Southwest destinations from our Page AZ tour base.
From this location, you can visit the Navajo Nation , hike the depths of Antelope Canyon, photograph the Colorado River's famous Horseshoe Bend , fly to the top of Tower Butte , and much more.
Antelope Canyon Tours
Antelope Canyon is the most popular and photographed slot canyon in the American Southwest.
Only 10 minutes east of Page, near the Arizona-Utah border, expect to be wowed by the winding canyon corridors, massive sandstone rooms, and photogenic beams of sunlight that radiate down to sandy desert bottoms.
This high-demand tourist destination is served by Papillon with our Antelope Canyon Air Tour .
This 30-mile long slot canyon complex belongs to the Navajo Nation . It is located on the south shore of Lake Powell and comprises four different sections. The name Antelope Canyon comes from the once plentiful prong horned antelope that used to roam the now barren and dry area.
In 1997, the Navajo Tribe made it a Navajo Tribal Park and now Antelope Canyon is the primary attraction of Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park.
Antelope Canyon never disappoints with its beautiful geological formations and highly attractive lighting.
Let Papillon take you on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure to visit Antelope Canyon!
Horseshoe Bend Tours
Page Arizona is also the jumping off point for Horseshoe Bend tours.
Horseshoe Bend, 270-degree bend in the Colorado River that offers photographers one of the most colorful and dramatic panorama’s in the world, is a very popular day tour in the region. The views from the Horseshoe Bend Overlook are famous for good reason!
You’ll join other hikers at a panoramic view of a 1000 foot overlook down into the Colorado River. The hike is about .6 miles one-way to the overlook.
Another fantastic way to see Horseshoe Bend (while avoiding the crowds) is from the sky on an airplane tour. The aerial view is simply unmatched to the view on the ground! Airplane tours over Horseshoe Bend are not just possible from Page, but are also offered out of Las Vegas daily.
There are also private Horseshoe Bend Flightseeing Tour that combine trips to Antelope Canyon and can also offer you a less-frequented vista over this photogenic panorama.
View our full Horseshoe Bend Destination Guide .